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Freezing Tips

So, what if you want to make these meals and then freeze them? Honestly, it’s easy! You cook them, cool them, then freeze them!
Here are my tips:

  1. Always let food cool completely to room temperature; cool in the refrigerator and then freeze.
  2. Be sure your food is in a freezer-safe bag or storage container and is tightly sealed. You want to remove as much air as possible prior to freezing.
  3. Make sure to label all of your freezer bags well. Always put the date you’ve prepared the bag on them so you know how long it’s been in the freezer.
  4. Use up your freezer meals within 2–3 months.
  5. Consider portioning out your meals into single-serving sizes, or sizes large enough for your family.
  6. Thaw them completely before cooking by placing them in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours. When reheating, you’ll need the internal temperature to be 165°F.

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